Mango Pineapple Smoothie – From My Bowl

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Enjoy this 5-minute mango-pineapple smoothie for a quick breakfast or snack. It’s full of healthy ingredients and tropical flavors. Vegan, gluten-free, refined sugar-free.

This Mango Pineapple Smoothie brings a tropical island to your kitchen. Tangy pineapple, ripe mango and creamy banana blended into a luxurious creamy texture you’ll crave any time of year. All you need is 5 ingredients and a high-speed blender!

  1. What you need for this mango-pineapple smoothie
  2. How to make a mango-pineapple smoothie
  3. Presentation suggestions
  4. How to store the mango-pineapple smoothie
  5. Substitutions and variations
  6. Recipe FAQs
  7. Mango-pineapple smoothie recipe

A tropical remedy for a hot summer day

Nothing satisfies my taste buds on a hot day like a cold smoothie made with a boost of protein and fruity flavors. This particular smoothie is a great source of vitamin C thanks to the mango and pineapple. So, in addition to enjoying a taste of the tropics, you also get the benefits of its range of wholesome and wholesome ingredients.

Now get ready to relax and sip this refreshing drink all summer long.

What you need for this mango-pineapple smoothie

Frozen fruit + liquid + optional supplements = the basic formula of any good smoothie and this tropical smoothie is no different.

ingredients for a mango and pineapple smoothie arranged on a kitchen counter
  • Frozen fruits – You will need a frozen banana and frozen mango and pineapple chunks. The key here is frozen, so if you only have a fresh pineapple and a fresh banana on hand, prepare and freeze before you begin.
  • Liquid – For the best creamy consistency, I highly recommend using a mixture of milk and yogurt. I used cardboard coconut milk for this recipe, which has a similar consistency to oat milk. If you want a richer, fattier smoothie, use canned light coconut milk.
  • Optional additions – I opted for an extra scoop of vanilla protein powder and a squeeze of fresh lime juice to bring out the tartness of the pineapple. Of course, both of these are optional, so if you don’t have them on hand, don’t worry!

How to make a mango-pineapple smoothie

side by side images of smoothie being processed in a blender
  1. Add all ingredients in a high speed blender and blend on high until smooth. Pour in additional liquid if necessary to help and achieve the perfect texture.
  2. Serve immediately cool.

Caitlin’s Cooking Tips

  • Adjust the sweetness to your taste. If you prefer a slightly sweet smoothie or are using an artificially sweetened vanilla protein powder, my recommendation would be to reduce the frozen banana by only half. Then taste and add the extra half banana if you think it needs it.
  • Freeze your fruit when fully ripe. When freezing ingredients like fresh mangoes and bananas at home, it’s best to wait until they are very ripe. This makes them sweeter and tastier, which means better smoothies. Who doesn’t want that?
mango and pineapple smoothie served in two glasses with pineapples around as decoration

Presentation suggestions

Fruity smoothie recipes like this Mango Pineapple Smoothie are ideal for quick breakfasts, refreshing afternoon snacks, or even delicious and nutritious desserts. And because this smoothie can be made with an optional dose of protein powder, it’s filling enough to keep you full until your next meal.

Replace your morning cup of coffee or tea with this tropical smoothie and enjoy its hydrating and nourishing effects!

If you’re looking for healthier smoothie recipes, you’ll also love this Chocolate Cherry Almond Smoothie, this Pineapple Mint Smoothie and this Golden Milk Mango Smoothie!

How to store the mango-pineapple smoothie

As with any smoothie, once you’ve blended it in your high-speed blender, it’s best enjoyed immediately. That being said, you have several options when it comes to storing, freezing, and meal prepping.

Leftover pineapple-mango smoothie can be stored in the refrigerator for up to 24 hours. Note that it will melt and become a thinner consistency, but it is still edible. For longer storage, blended smoothies can also be frozen. Divide the remaining smoothie into an ice cube tray and place in the freezer until frozen. Then, when you’re ready to drink again, place the smoothie ice cubes in a high-speed blender with additional liquid and yogurt to help blend and blend until smooth.

mango and pineapple smoothie served in two glasses with pineapples around as decoration

Substitutions and variations

  • Add an Omega Boost: Add 1 to 2 tablespoons of ground hemp seeds, chia seeds, or flax seeds.
  • Add the nut butters: I don’t like adding nut butters to my tropical-flavored smoothies, but if that’s your thing, add 1 tablespoon of creamy cashew butter, tahini, or almond butter for an energy boost and healthy fats.
  • Optional greens: If you want to turn this smoothie into a green smoothie, add 1 to 2 cups of spinach or kale.
  • Make it softer: Depending on how sweet your frozen fruit tastes, you may need additional sweetener. Add 1 to 2 tablespoons of maple syrup or agave nectar to sweeten to taste.
  • Turn it into a mango pineapple smoothie bowl: Reduce the milk measurement to 1/3 cup and use the tamper to push the fruit into the blade until it is smooth and creamy. Add additional liquid if necessary to help it mix.

Recipe FAQs

Can you make smoothies for the week?

If you want to make this smoothie recipe, pre-measure the frozen banana, frozen mango, frozen pineapple chunks, lime juice, and protein powder and place the ingredients together in a food-safe bag or jar. freezer to create mini smoothie packs. Next, pour the ingredients into a blender followed by the milk and yogurt and blend until smooth!

Can I blend only frozen fruit for a smoothie?

Using little or no liquid in your smoothie will create a much thicker smoothie or smoothie bowl. To promote mixing, it is necessary to add a small amount of liquid.

How to make a smoothie thick?

The key to a thick smoothie is to use a small amount of liquid and frozen fruit. Fresh or chilled fruit will blend together to achieve a very different consistency – more of a room temperature juice than a thick, creamy smoothie.

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  • 1/2-1 frozen banana see notes
  • 1 cup frozen mango
  • 1/2 cup frozen pineapple chunks
  • 1/2 cup unsweetened yogurt (I used dairy free)
  • 1-1 1/2 cups plain coconut or oat milk
  • Optional: Juice of 1/2 lime 1-2 tablespoons
  • Optional: 1 scoop of vanilla protein powder*

  • Preparation: Add the banana, mango, pineapple, yogurt, 3/4 cup milk, lime juice, and protein powder (if using) to a large blender on high speed.

  • Blend: Blend on high until smooth, adding additional liquid if necessary.

  • Serve chilled and enjoy!

  • I would recommend reducing the banana to just half of a frozen banana if you are using an artificially sweetened protein powder or if you prefer your smoothies to be less sweet.
  • I used cardboard coconut milk for this recipe, which has a similar consistency to oat milk. Use canned light coconut milk for a richer smoothie.

Calories: 357kilocaloriesCarbohydrates: 76gProtein: 12gFat: 3gSaturated fat: 0.4gPolyunsaturated fats: 0.2gMonounsaturated fat: 0.3gCholesterol: 2mgSodium: 182mgPotassium: 979mgFiber: 7gSugar: 61gVitamin A: 2249UIVitamin C: 106mgCalcium: 534mgIron: 2mg

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